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24 Apr 2017 07:09 PM EST

The first woman to command the International Space Station has set a NASA record.
Peggy Whitson has now spent the most cumulative days in space for an American astronaut.
The previous record was held by Jeff Williams, who returned to Earth late last year after his fourth mission in space.
Whitson has spent 535 days in space, however, she will continue to set daily records until September, when she is scheduled to return home.
The 57-year-old is also the eldest female to reach space.

24 April, 2017
Amazon to Create Self-Driving Cars For Delivery Future

According to sources at The Wall Street Journal, retail giant Amazon has created its own firm for autonomous vehicles, to focus on the potential of utilizing driverless technology to improve its service. Amazon has been no stranger to making its own products, as seen from their tablets and set-top... View Video

24 April, 2017
Sheryl Sandberg Talks Developing Resilence

"Option B Facing Adversity, Building Resilience, and Finding Joy" is a new book penned by Facebook executive Sheryl Sandberg. In the book Sandberg shares strategies for dealing with loss and grief after the death of her husband's in 2015. In a recent interview with CBS News Sandberg sits down... View Video

24 April, 2017
Apple Signals Interest in Internet Satellites

Apple's next big launch may be a literal one as the tech giant seemingly has an interest in internet-beaming satellites. The tech giant recently hired two executives who led space operations and satellite engineering at Google, according to "people familiar with the matter" speaking with Bloomberg.... View Video

24 April, 2017
Alaska Still Has Blockbuster Stores

We have a real BLAST FROM THE PAST: Conor Knighton has spotted a retail survivor in a surprising place: “I can’t tell you how many business cards I’ve given out to people ‘cause they literally do not believe that I’m from Blockbuster,” said Kevin Daymude.... View Video

22 April, 2017
March For Science Protests Take Hold Across The Globe

Pushing back against what they say are mounting attacks on science, scientists worldwide left their labs and took to the streets Saturday along with students and research advocates.The March for Science coincides with Earth Day. It was set for more than 500 cities, anchored in Washington,... View Video

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